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Exposure to electromagnetic fields induces pathophysiological changes and oxidative stress in the cardiovascular system

@inproceedings{Azab2017ExposureTE,
  title={Exposure to electromagnetic fields induces pathophysiological changes and oxidative stress in the cardiovascular system},
  author={Azab Elsayed Azab and S. A. Ebrahim},
  year={2017}
}
This study aimed to highlight on the influence of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on the cardiovascular system in humans and experimental animals, from the recent articles regarding the cardiovascular effects of exposure to EMFs. EMFs might produce a variety of adverse in vivo effects such as heart problems, chest pain, and cardiovascular system disorders. Previous studies showed that an association between elevated magnetic field exposure and mortality of employer in electric utility… CONTINUE READING
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